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Sometimes the consequence or punishment for our sin is simply delayed blessings.  In the Bible, it took the Israelites 40 years to make what is estimated to be an 11 day trip to the Promised Land.  And only because God had cursed them to “wander in the wilderness” for 40 yearsRead More

God doesn’t disappoint us, people and circumstances do. Then we turn around and blame God.  God is the one constant in this life.  His Word tells us who He is and He never once fails to be exactly who His Word says He is.  Unlike God, none of us haveRead More

So I’m a compulsive planner – literally. I write my grocery lists out in order of how they are located in the store (and will even adjust based on the layout of which Walmart I’m going to).  I re-write my to-do lists in the order of how they should beRead More

Why do so many Christians today want to “experience” the power of God in their lives, but yet want little to nothing, to do with the source of that very power – the Word of God? It’s sad that most of us fail to realize just how much power weRead More

“Why do we think that God changes/adapts who He is and how he operates based on the time period, culture, society, or world in which we live?”  Indeed, our methods of conveying Christ will change/enhance especially with technology today….and praise be to God for allowing us countless ways of reachingRead More

“After removing Saul, he made David their king. God testified concerning him: ‘I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do.” – Acts 13:22 (NIV) I love the fact that God called David of all people,  “aRead More

This week God has been reminding me that not only do I need to trust in Him to do what He says He will do, but that I also need to remember to acknowledge Him in all that I do.  Webster’s dictionary defines “acknowledge” as follows: to accept or admit theRead More

I just can’t seem to wrap my head around the fact that we live in a world today where the Bible is depicted as being outdated, fictional, irrelevant, and not valuable.  And the sad part is, that those of us who profess to be Christians are adapting that line of thinking andRead More